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Grief Counseling

Grief is a natural reaction and a normal reaction to a loss or change of any kind. Grief is a reflection of a connection that's been loss, because everyone is connected to people places or things.  Counseling will assist individuals in understanding that you may experience all kinds of difficult emotions and it may feel like the pain and sadness you're experiencing will never let up. These are normal reactions to a significant loss. But while  there is no right or wrong way to grieve, there  are healthy ways to cope with the pain that, in time, can renew you a permit you to move on.

Individual Therapy

In individual therapy, our focus is to resolve the issues that bring you to counseling and to help you establish or reestablish your life as a thriving, nurturing process. The first step is to help you identify the goals you seek to accomplish. Then, using powerful yet gentle methods, to enforce positive growth that’s already present within you. You fulfill your goals and grow beyond negative patterns from the past, empowering you to move forward with freedom in your life.


Some common adult challenges include:

  • Beating depression

  • Processing and healing after trauma, grief, or loss

  • Managing anger and anxiety

  • Finding and cultivating satisfying, healthy intimate relationships

  • Exploring and embracing major life changes, such as marriage or parenthood

  • Enhancing self knowledge and communicating your needs clearly and genuinely

  • Cultivating your empathy, to comprehend what is going on in someone else's mind

  • Reflecting on what you truly value and formulating realistic ways to live by your values

  • Changing long held assumptions and trying new behavior

  • Finding a personal path to healing that is effective and best for you

Couples Therapy (Prepare/Enrich Program):

The Prepare Enrich Program was created to help prepare couples for marriage and strengthen married couples.  The program will cultivate and create a safe environment for couples to talk more openly with each other.  There is an online assessment that identifies individual’s strength and growth areas.  The assessment is appropriate for couples that are dating, engaged or married.  The assessment covers 9 core scales such as: Communication, Conflict resolution, Partner Style & Habits, Financial Management, Leisure Activities, Sexual Expectations, Family & Friends, Relationship Roles and Spiritual.


Family Therapy 
As time passes, maintaining family balance and harmony can become challenging, as unfamiliar changes occur. For example, when children reach adolescence, the entire household's center of gravity changes, affecting the teen, their parents, and siblings alike. Change and growth of the family affects all of the domestic relationships. As the family grows, both in age and in size, needs and priorities grow and fluctuate with it. As a result, stress and frustration can build up in all family members, leading to detachment, lapses in communication, and a chaotic family structure. It is at these moments that it becomes more important than ever for the adults and the children to work together, to be honest about their feelings, to communicate them clearly and amicably, and to make changes to meet each other’s needs, as well as the greater needs of the household. At Lotts of Love Counseling, Family Therapy helps families define a flexible and resilient family model, giving choices and boundaries to children and teens, while maintaining the essential strength and support of the parental roles. Family Therapy is geared toward improving communication and conflict resolution skills, enhancing empathy among family members, cultivating mutual respect, and empowering all of the family members. Combining Individual Therapy with Family Therapy can significantly enhance results.


This is what you can expect from the program:   

  •     Exploration of strength and growth areas

  •     Identify and manage major stressors within yourself and relationship  

  •     Understand and celebrate personality differences

  •     Exploration of Compatibility

  •     Create personal, couples, and family goals

  •     Discuss finances

  •     Explore family of origin issues

  •     Resolve conflict using the Ten Step Model


Anger Management

Anger is a normal, usually healthy, human emotion, but when it gets out-of-control is when it can lead to problems--problems at work, in your personal relationships, and in the overall quality of your life.  Anger management counseling will assist individuals and identifying the emotions both negative and positive and develop accountability and responsibility for their actions.

Currently accepting Amerigroup insurance.

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